- The Most Controversial Magazine Covers of All Time | Webdesigner Depot
- Names that are better than "iSnack 2.0"; iSnack was a registered name before Kraft closed comp | Article | The Punch.
- YouTube - 所ジョージ sokontokoro motorshow 2/2 (really crazy car mods)
- English Russia | The White Citizens (polar bears on construction sites)
- Doritos Concept (packaging)
- How the city hurts your brain - The Boston Globe:
When a park is properly designed, it can improve the function of the brain within minutes. As the Berman study demonstrates, just looking at a natural scene can lead to higher scores on tests of attention and memory.
- why i am not afraid to take your money, by amanda fucking palmer:
if you think i’m going to pass up a chance to put my hat back down in front of the collected audience on my virtual sidewalk and ask them to give their hard-earned money directly to me instead of to roadrunner records, warner music group, ticketmaster, and everyone else out there who’s been shamelessly raping both fan and artist for years, you’re crazy.
- Pirate Party Australia Plans Election Onslaught:
After winning 7.1 per cent of Swedish votes in this year's European Parliament elections, The Pirate Party has opened up a branch in Australia and plans to contest the next federal election. The party, which will campaign on a platform of anti-internet censorship and the decriminalisation of non-commercial file sharing, has already signed up 550 members, enough for it to register as a party with the Australian Electoral Commission.
- Internet overtakes television to become biggest advertising sector in the UK | Media | The Guardian:
The UK has become the first major economy where advertisers spend more on internet advertising than on television advertising, with a record £1.75bn online spend in the first six months of the year.This has some pretty huge implications. I wonder if the people who were smug about the plight of newspapers will be so sanguine if their supply of soap operas goes behind a paywall?
- Jackman & Craig -- Can You Hear Us Now? | TMZ.com
I don't know how it has taken so long for me to discover trollcats! I opened this at work and nearly choked on my lunch, laughing so hard... Fairly unambiguous reaction to your utterance trollcat: